Photo 'reveals new identity of Bulger's killer'The image was uploaded to Twitter on TuesdayThe Attorney General's Office is investigating By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 01:04 GMT, 14 February 2013 | UPDATED: 04:03 GMT, 14 February 2013 A photograph published on the internet may have exposed the new identity of one of James Bulger’s killers. The image, uploaded to Twitter on Tuesday, the 20th anniversary of the murder, allegedly showed Jon Venables at a birthday party.
Notorious killer who wants to move to open prison granted anonymity by High Court judge using human rights lawsJudge ruled that allowing convicted man, who has spent decades in prison, to be publicly named could 'endanger his life'Details of the man’s offending cannot be revealed to the public by order of the court By James Slack And Jack Doyle PUBLISHED: 20:55 GMT, 23 January 2013 | UPDATED: 14:04 GMT, 24 January 2013 Mr Justice Simon has used human rights laws to give anonymity to a notorious killer who is seeking to be moved to an open prison A judge has used human rights laws to ban the identification of a notorious killer who wants to be set free.
British model, 25, comes face-to-face with the waiter who raped and stabbed her as he appears in court in Magaluf four years after attack Cheryl Maddison, 25, left Houghton Le Spring, Co Durham, to start new lifeShe says the horrific assault only came to an end when she played deadShe strode into court in Majorca capital Palma to face attacker after 4 years Moroccan Mohamed Fadel El Anssari, 31, sat in dock with head in hands By Matt Blake PUBLISHED: 14:16 GMT, 8 January 2013 | UPDATED: 15:51 GMT, 8 January 2013 Brave: Wearing a striking white blazer and black jeans, Miss Maddison strode confidently into the court in Majorcan capital Palma to face her attacker A British model who was stabbed, raped and left to die on a Spanish holiday island four years ago, today came face to face with her attacker for the first time since her assault. Cheryl Maddison, now 25, of Houghton Le Spring, Co Durham, was stabbed in the chest and abandoned in a pool of her own blood, weeks after she had moved to Magaluf, Majorca, to start a new life.
White House and Republicans strike an agreement on fiscal cliff – but midnight comes with NO VOTE | UPDATED: 05:36 GMT, 1 January 2013 With just three hours to go before the start of 2013, the White House and congressional Republicans have struck a deal to avoid falling over the looming fiscal cliff, but 2013 came and went without a vote on the plan. There was no immediate confirmation from aides to the top Republicans in Congress, Sen Mitch McConnell and House Speaker John Boehner. The measure would extend Bush-era tax cuts for family incomes below $450,000 and briefly avert across-the-board spending cuts set to strike the Pentagon and domestic agencies this week, according to a Democratic aide.
iSeeYou: Now Google even watches what you buy offline so it can target you with more personalised ads Any collected data will be protected through safeguards allowing for the anonymity of customers | UPDATED: 18:57 GMT, 22 December 2012 Watching you: Google will now collect data on users both online and in the real world Just when you thought Google couldn't target you with more specific advertising – based on your web surfing – it's going one step further. The search giant now intends to use data uploaded by retailers about consumers' offline purchases in order to target them with even more targeted ads. In other words, it will know what you spend at the mall as well as at the keyboard
Spy appears in court under false name to deny sex attack on fellow spook MI5 officer denies attack on female colleague last year Defendant, victim and witnesses will use pseudonyms | UPDATED: 12:30 GMT, 10 December 2012 A spy appeared in court today to deny sexually assaulting and beating a colleague. The MI5 officer – who is known in court by the pseudonym 'Mark Barton' – is accused of attacking the female colleague between August and December last year. Today, 'Barton' appeared at London's Southwark Crown Court behind a screen to deny four charges: two of assault, one of sexual assault and one of putting a person in fear of violence and harassment